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[texts]Meaning making and positive development with adolescent girls :using the arts, community, reflections, and service: a dissertation - Nagel, J. Eva
This study explores the essential factors needed in adolescent youth programs, which intend to promote resilience, well being, and meaning making as a part of the healthy development of adolescent girls. The research explores the role of the arts, community building, mentoring, service, and reflection on this development. The context is Side by Side, a summer leadership development program. In a qualitative case study approach, the data is organized primarily from the written and spoken words of...
Keywords: Teenage girls -- Identity; Community arts projects
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[texts]Teacher transformations: a phenomenological study on the effect of Courage to Teach on experienced teachers' growth and development: a dissertation - Nollet, Kathleen M.
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of a professional development experience on ten experienced teachers who participated as a cohort in Courage to Teach. Courage to Teach, founded by Parker Palmer, is a program of quarterly retreats that foster personal and professional renewal for teachers. The program focused on renewal through deep reflection that helps teachers to investigate the inner and outer landscapes of their lives...
Keywords: Teachers--In-service training; Teachers; Teachers--United States--Psychology; Courage to Teach; Professional development
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[texts]Study of the effects of Peaceable Schools curricula on student achievement in an urban middle school - Nurenberg, David
Given that a review of the available literature suggests links between the problems of school safety (both physical and emotional) and low student achievement, effective school reform needs to address both issues simultaneously. Most education reformers, though doubtless concerned about safety, have, in the wake of the outcomes-based movement in American education, focused mainly on raising student test scores through increasingly standardizing school structures...
Keywords: Education--Philosophy of; Education--Curriclum and instruction; Achievement; Conflict resolution; Nonviolence; Social constructivism; Peaceable schools; Peace studies
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